It’s been quiet on here lately and that’s all MY fault. See, I’ve been busy trying to finish the Sci-Fi Fantasy I started after wrapping up Dying to Return. When an idea comes and then won’t LEAVE, and jotting down notes doesn’t keep the Muse at bay, it must be written. What this means, however, is that readers of the Find Me series have been waiting (some more patiently than others, lol) for the third installment to be released. For that to happen, I must actually write it first.
I know now, having two series in the works, when it is time to begin the next book. Because of Hutch & A’ris, Find Me 3 has been simmering in my brain for some time and now it’s about to boil over – in a sticky and wet mess right on my laptop. The Muse is anxious to finish up the Dry Lands and get Hutch and A’ris and their story out there…but the Muse is also so fixated on Riley that I dream about her post-pandemic world weekly. When I get a free moment (which is rare, because I have children, and children demand attention – constantly) I find myself lost in thought about what Riley is up to. The story was outlined, something I don’t do with every book, and now I’m tempted to go back and change up half of it – just take my pen and make ugly lines through pages of notes. Why? Because the more I think about this book, the better the ideas get and the more ‘OMGOSH, THAT MUST HAPPEN’ moments come to me. Usually at 1:00 in the morning, or five minutes before dawn, when no sane person should be awake. Thank god for cell phones with note apps.
Just as I’ve done before, I’ll take a short break after the Dry Lands is published, because I have a ridiculously long TBR list on my Kindle and I’d like to read a few things before writing again. But the break will be short, because y’all know what’s coming next: Find Me 3, or you can refer to it by the working title, Hope Will Find a Way.
If you’ve NO idea which books I’m talking about – catch up by reading I Hope You Find Me, then Lost and Found. Both are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. What will you get out of these books? That’s up to you. If you like post-apocalyptic stories, that end-of-the-world type of suspense mixed in with a little bit of love and a pinch of the paranormal, this series should be fun for you. Plus, one of the main characters is a dog based off of my own adorable and spastic mini lab/cocker spaniel/aussie shepherd mix, Zoey.
If you’ve already read books 1 and 2 of the Find Me series…I ask for your patience. I want to get book 3 right for you. 😉
Happy Reading, everyone!